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Italian Renaissance

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The Italian Renaissance was the earliest manifestation of the general European Renaissance, .... The increase in trade during the early Renaissance enhanced these characteristics. ... This change al...

Government of the Renaissance

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Florence was a republic where democratic ideals were admired during the Renaissance. Government actions in Florence and other city-states were strongly  ...

Florence in the Early Renaissance | A beginner's guide to ...

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We normally think of a Republic as a government where everyone votes for ... wealth accumulated in Florence during this period among a growing middle and  ...

Renaissance Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Renaissance states had three basic forms of government: princedoms, ...... During the Renaissance small Italian republics developed into despotisms as the  ...

Social and Economic Changes | All-About-Renaissance-Faires

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Cities grew and prospered during the Renaissance and rulers learned to tax .... to protect their trade routes and maintained their republican form of government.

Renaissance -- Focus on Florence - Annenberg Learner

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The Renaissance was a rebirth that occurred throughout most of Europe. ... Members of the guilds, who were wealthy and held positions in government, were ...

SparkNotes: Italian Renaissance (1330-1550): Florence and the ...

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A summary of Florence and the Medici (1397-1495) in 's Italian Renaissance ( 1330-1550). ... all the while maintaining the appearance of democratic government. ... During the period of Lorenzo's rule, from 1469 to 1492, Florence became ...

Venice During the Renaissance - YESNet

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VENICE DURING THE RENAISSANCE ... All the citizens were at the mercy of the government; Venice like Florence, had many artists who were patronized by ...

SparkNotes: Italian Renaissance (1330-1550): Context

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During the Renaissance, changes also occurred in the political and economic structure of ... The Renaissance saw the rise of strong central governments and an ...

SparkNotes: Italian Renaissance (1330-1550): Venice and Milan ...

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A summary of Venice and Milan (1300-1499) in 's Italian Renaissance ... During the late thirteenth century, Venice was the most prosperous city in all of Europe. ... Francesco Sforza, a professional soldier, seized control of the government.

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What type of government existed during the Renaissance ...

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According to the University of Houston, during the Renaissance (c.1485 - c.1688) , most of Europe lived under monarchy, which is rule by a king or queen.

Looking at the Renaissance: Economic and political context

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Urban economy and government. Cities and towns were centres of wealth production and of creativity. Urban society in the Renaissance period was thoroughly ...

THE ITALIAN CITY-STATES OF THE RENAISSANCE

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During the Middle Ages, Italy had remained in some ways different from the areas to .... Each of the three had its own council and officers, and the government of ...